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One way in which culture is commonly defined is as a body of knowledge that people have about a particular society and the social structure within which they live their lives. This body of knowledge can be seen in various ways; as knowledge about cultural artifacts or works of art; as knowledge about places and institutions; as knowledge about events and symbols; or as knowledge about ways of living.

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An Analysis of Narungga Fish Traps on Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

Flinders University paper by Adrian Mollenmans, Amy Roberts, Jeffrey Newchurch, Quenten Agius and Peter Turner

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